Sports

Don’t count out Cumberland!

Young wrestling team boasts 9-1 record, Marshfield tournament title
CUMBERLAND – Every once in a while, Cumberland head wrestling coach Steve Gordon will hop on the internet and take a peek at what folks are saying about his sport and the high school teams around the... more

Novans pick up where they left off

Senior-less wrestling team takes down 5-1 start to D-II season
WOONSOCKET – Here’s some good news for Woonsocket High wrestling coach Matt Morrow: He’s not going to have to worry about the expenses and hoopla for his team’s Senior Night festivities this season... more

Sentinels tighten grip on league’s top spot

Smithfield improves Div. I-Cimini record to 7-2 by skating past La Salle, Cumberland
HARRISVILLE – It was a rare 4 p.m. start for a Division I game last Friday, but that didn’t stop the Smithfield High boys’ hockey team from picking up another big win in its magnificent season, a... more

NWSL’s FC Kansas City drafts Cumberland's Ribeiro

UConn All-American, former Clippers’ All-Stater is chosen with 17th overall pick
Less than two months after completing a spectacular All-American career with the University of Connecticut women’s soccer team, Cumberland native Stephanie Ribeiro is anxiously awaiting the next step... more

Scituate’s Ceprano 
receives NFHS’s 
Coach of Year honor

NORTH SCITUATE – Scituate High boys’ tennis coach Peter Ceprano received one of the biggest honors of his coaching career last Friday when the National Federation of State High School Associations (... more

Best in R.I.? Saints rule Hawks, 71-46

Wilson helps SRA boys remain D-I’s lone unbeaten team
PAWTUCKET – Last Friday night, St. Raphael Academy’s Alumni Hall was packed to the gills for the Saints’ Division I showdown against defending state champion Bishop Hendricken, and the host Saints... more

Shea stops BVP, falls to NP in D-III action

Girls’ basketball team takes 6-1 league record into Wednesday night’s game against Davies
PAWTUCKET – RIIL newcomer Blackstone Valley Prep gave Shea High a run for its money in their Division III girls’ basketball game last Thursday night, but the Raiders stepped up their play in the... more

NP boys’ hoop team nets first D-II win, tops West Warwick

NORTH PROVIDENCE – Two nights after suffering its third straight loss to an undefeated team, the North Providence High boys’ basketball team finally nailed down its first Division II victory of the... more

NP Wrestling Boosters plans comedy fundraiser on Friday at Knights of Columbus Hall

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence Wrestling Boosters are hosting a comedy show to raise funds for the North Providence High wrestling team on Friday, Jan. 20, at the Knights of Columbus Hall on... more

NP girls deal Shea first D-III basketball loss

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence High girls’ basketball team slipped back into a tie for first place in the Division III-North standings on Monday night by notching one of its biggest... more

Clippers’ Drezek, Lions’ Andrews earn two medals at East Coast Invitational

PROVIDENCE – Cumberland High’s Ben Drezek and Lincoln High’s Samantha Andrews were among the track and field athletes that captured multiple medals at last Saturday’s East Coast Invitational at the... more

Novans’ Briere, MSC girls fare well at East Coast Invitational

PROVIDENCE – Woonsocket High’s Jared Briere picked up his third victory in an invitational track and field meet in the last eight days at last Saturday’s East Coast Invitational at the Providence... more

Cumberland Rec schedules winter sports programs at Wellness Center

CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland Recreation Department will be offering four youth winter sports programs that will take place on Saturdays, beginning on Jan. 28, at Cumberland High’s Wellness Center. The... more